July 27, 2021 | 12:09pm

Ashley Graham is bopping with her baby bump.

The pregnant supermodel, 33, spread a message of self-love on Monday, dancing in her underwear for an empowering TikTok.

“You look good, don’t change,” she lip-synched along with the TikTok audio, while striking a series of poses and twerking for the camera.

The star, who appeared to shoot the video in her backyard, captioned the body positive clip, “and today’s affirmation is….”

She sported a black lacy bra and matching underwear for the video, later pulling down her high-waisted panties to show off her baby bump.

Ashley Graham in a black bra and panties
Ashley Graham danced in her underwear for a TikTok telling followers, “You look good, don’t change.”
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Graham accessorized her skin-baring style with a rainbow chain necklace and a polarizing footwear choice: camouflage-printed Crocs.

Commenters applauded her latest candid content, with one writing, “Yes! No filters/blurring on Real Bodies! We need to appreciate our bodies instead of hating [sic] it.”

“Saving this for next time I wear an outfit that I’m insecure about,” another added, while a third chimed in, “The definition of pregnancy glow is Ashley Graham thank you bye.”

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Ashley Graham pulled down her high-waisted panties to show off her baby bump.
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Graham announced on Instagram earlier in the month that she and husband Justin Ervin are expecting their second child. The pair are already parents to 18-month-old son Isaac, whom they welcomed in January 2020

“The past year has been full of tiny surprises, big griefs, familiar beginnings and new stories,” she captioned her announcement. “I’m just beginning to process and celebrate what this next chapter means for us.”

Whether embracing stretch marks or body hair, Graham is no stranger to getting real on social media. Her latest video comes a month after she shared a nude selfie, telling fans to “love the skin you’re in.”

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Ashley Graham stripped down for a selfie last month, telling followers to “love the skin you’re in.”
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The body positivity advocate was also transparent with followers during her first pregnancy, later opening up about how her body changed post-baby.

“When I look at my new stretch marks and the changes that my body went through, it reminds me that, as women, we’re all superheroes,” she told Elle last August.